For the second straight season the Washington Redskins traveled to New York in a divisional rivalry matchup. And for the second straight season they left the Big Apple (really New Jersey) with a disappointing loss. In both opening game losses, the Redskins were in the game heading in to the fourth quarter despite being out played and out coached by the Giants. Last Sunday’s 23-17 loss was especially disappointing, as Redskins coach Jim Zorn and his staff were a year wiser and confident they would be better prepared for New York. Yet Redskins’ fans were treated to the same conservative game planning and strategy that led to a dismal performance in Zorn’s first professional game as an NFL head coach. Although the players are responsible for the execution and perf ...
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Article written by Ed Sheahin